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Carciofi Dinnerware Collection

Full of rustic Mediterranean style, our earthenware servers are hand painted with globe artichokes (carciofi), a seasonal favorite among Italian cooks. A family-run ceramics company in Umbria crafts these pieces for us, embellishing each with a rich golden honey glaze and hand-brushed brown accents for an antique finish. Perfect for casual meals and entertaining, the collection includes a serving bowl, a set of four individual bowls, and a round platter with loop handles. Use them for dishing out generous helpings of pasta, risotto, salads, soups and more. Dishwasher safe (except platter). Serving bowl, 7 1/3-qt. cap., 15 1/2" diam., 3 1/2" high. Individual bowls, 1 1/2-qt. cap., 7 1/4" diam., 3 3/4" high. Platter, 1-qt. cap., 14" diam. Made in Italy. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Average Customer Rating:
3.667 out of 5
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5
(3 Reviews) 3
2 of 3(67%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Sort by Customer Reviews for Carciofi Dinnerware Collection
Review 1 for Carciofi Dinnerware Collection
5 out of 5
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saucygirl
,Santa Teresa
,NM
December 11, 2012
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Beautiful Bowls
December 11, 2012
Love this collection. Own all the pieces. It sets a beautiful table, and I like the fact there made in Italy. The bowls are large enough for a nice serving of stew, pasta,or a hearty soup. As always, W&S is great at providing wonderful products. Very pleased with my purchase.
Pros: lovely color of yellow and green
Review 2 for Carciofi Dinnerware Collection
5 out of 5
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Mommom2
,PA
September 14, 2012
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Love this bowl!
September 14, 2012
The serving bowl is so much larger than it appears in the photo. I'm using it as a centerpiece on my dining room table and it looks terrific. Can't wait to use it for a big family dinner.
Review 3 for Carciofi Dinnerware Collection
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
StuKat
Washington, DC
September 12, 2012
Would You Recommend? No
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Earthenwware
September 12, 2012
I've stopped buying any earthenware for other than decorative use. The lower temperature it's fired at (in the kiln) provides lovely colors, but the pottery is too fragile for me.